Monthly Archives: March 2017

Single Family Rooms in the NICU

We have just moved to a brand new NICU, with 80 beds, in 60 single family rooms, and 10 twin rooms. It is enormous, and beautiful, each room has a parent space with a smallish pull out bed (not enough … Continue reading

Posted in Neonatal Research | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

Running for Neonates, and their families

On April the 23rd I will be running a half marathon, as part of the PAF-Néonat team of Sainte Justine Hospital. We are raising funds for the partnering with families program, which involves parents in clinical care, research and education … Continue reading

Posted in Neonatal Research | 2 Comments

Reading Research: Subgroups and Observational studies

In publications of randomized controlled trials, subgroup analyses are frequently performed. The idea behind such analyses being to determine whether one group or another has a different result to the overall results, for example, whether boys or girls have more … Continue reading

Posted in Neonatal Research | Tagged | Leave a comment